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Say No to Trudeau

‘Duceppe blasts Trudeau for backing bilingualism’

October 11, 2008

Dear member of parliament for * *, *, * *,

Seems that Gilles Duceppe does not approve of the official languages act.
“Trudeau’s son described those who are unilingual as lazy, as if it wasn’t normal for someone to speak their own language, live in their language and to want to work in their language.” – Gilles Duceppe, Oct.11 -canwest news service
If the Bloc Quebecois do not want national bilingualism then the Canadian government should abolish that act.
I would like to see the metric system in Canada abolished also and the “Atlantic Accords” that are still sending money to some eastern province’s and any other “deal” that allows Saskatchewan or any other province to get around paying or receiving fair transfers.
“Ontario pays twenty billion” more than supposed to to the federal treasury each year, if there is any truth to that then that should be fixed. Ontario is hurting and Quebec is laughing.
The Bloc Quebecois does not want official bilingualism so why do we have have this act in Canada?
Canadians do not want official bilingualism or the metric system for that matter, this government should get rid of both of them.Only the Liberals support this bogus act.
Sincerely yours,
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*, Ontario, Canada
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P.S. Employment Insurance is not for those who are self-employed and this is further abuse of the original purpose of this program-(unemployment).
E.I. is not for maternity leave either and should be completely scrapped if this is the way the program is going to be used,abused.(Unemployment Insurance)
The “spent” “57 billion” E.I. Surplus must be returned to those who overpaid they’re E.I. premiums and those who ” spent” that should be held “accountable” or the police should be investigating this as a criminal matter!
Karl Heinz Schreiber, Brian Mulroney, Gilles Duceppe and now Paul Martin, who’s going to be next in this country to not be charged for breaking the law, some of us could only wonder?

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